New Delhi Between the slow pace of Corona and the full danger, the Test series in India and England is going to start tomorrow i.e. Friday, which is getting a lot of excitement from cricket fans and players. In order to perform well in the series, players of both teams are sweating a lot through net practice. England have suffered a major setback before the series begins.
England opener Jack Crowley was ruled out of the first two Tests against India due to injury. Crowley, who celebrated his 23rd birthday on Wednesday, was hurt the same day as he slipped on the marble floor in Chepauk Stadium’s dressing room.
The England Cricket Board issued a statement saying that Crawley has been ruled out of the first two Tests after receiving the results of last night’s scan. The statement said that the scan confirmed that he had an injury to his wrist joint and the England medical team would monitor it over the next few weeks.
Earlier, England opener Oli Pope has joined the team. He is available for selection in the four-match Test series against India. The pope has started practice two days before the upcoming series against India. He has scored 645 runs in 13 Tests for England. His unbeaten 135 is his best score. The 23-year-old Pope suffered an injury while fielding during the last Test against Pakistan in August last year.
The operation was performed after Olly Pope slipped his shoulder bone. Pope, who was undergoing rehabilitation, accompanied the team to Sri Lanka, although he was not part of the team. This helped them adapt to the conditions of the Rehab and subcontinent with the support staff of the England team.
– England team is like this, know
Joe Root (captain), Jack Crowley (out of the opening two Tests), Dominic Sibley, Rory Burns, Ollie Pope, Dan Lawrence, Ben Stokes, Jose Butler (wicketkeeper), Ben Fox, Moeen Ali, Chris Woakes, Joffra Archer, James Anderson, Stuart Broad, Dominic Bess, Jack Leach, Allie Stone.